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Tower of Treasure Holiday Fun

Tower of Treasure Holiday Fun

All children who visit the Sky Tower during the school holidays can join in the treasure hunt for a goody bag and enter the draw to win a family trip for four people to Treasure Island in Fiji.

The treasure hunt is part of the 'Tower of Treasure' themed activities happening up Sky Tower, including live entertainment every day from 10am to 4pm.

Children can get their faces painted to look like fearsome pirates and enjoy live pirate shows and story-telling!

The treasure hunt means that children can explore the Sky Tower with their treasure map and pirate pencil, following directions and answering questions about Auckland, high above the city.

At the end of the hunt, each child will receive their own special pirate booty! This includes an authentic Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest transferable tattoo, a poster from the movie, and a chocolate treat.

For further information about the Sky Tower "Tower of Treasure" school programme, phone 09 363 6000 or visit www.skycityauckland.co.nz.

Normal Sky Tower admission prices apply.


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